Hey there Lorefolk!
The Lore Boys are back to tear open a rift to a world of understanding, about the Bioshock canon universe, of course! We talk capitalism, socialism, and maybe a bit about butts?
Life underwater would be tough, would it be worth it for sweet, sweet superpowers? What about a castle in the sky where every seems racist but is actually all right? And if you met yourself from another dimensions, would you do you? Tune in to find out if we would!
And once you’re done (ahem) head on over to iTunes to leave us a review! We’ve made it as simple as clicking that link, the least you could do is tell us how pretty we are or something.
As always, Eric Skiff deserves a round of applause for the his song, A Night of Dizzy Spells.
The Lore Boys are back; this time, with 100% more guest speakers. Nnamdi Wosu has joined the team while Peter’s still away on vacation, and he’s here to tell us all we don’t know about Street Fighter!
This week we’ll be suppressing our good sides, pumping up our Psycho Energy, and picking fights with strangers! We talk about Japanese race relations, about plenty of stereotypes, and how you can’t just call him “Dark” Ryu. We may be all powerful, but we still need a diaper every now and then!
Another big thanks to Nnamdi for filling in, and a big thank you to you listeners for leaving us awesome iTunes reviews.
And as always, Eric Skiff gets a shout out for the use of his song “A Night of Dizzy Spells”
Back with another Lore Boys podcast, we’re talking this week about Metroid Prime.
With lots of speculation around Metroid Prime 4, we decided to dive in and tackle some of the tougher questions about the series. Questions like does Samus ever use her ice beam to cool her drinks? Why did they name the planet Phaaze but the goo stuff Phazon? What would a cob of corn think of all this?
If you like the episode, we’d appreciate it if you could head to iTunes to let us know what you liked so much about it!
As always, a big thank you to Eric Skiff for the use of his song A Night of Dizzy Spells as our theme song.